Our Sri Lanka holidays
You know what they say, “great things come in small packages,” and Sri Lanka does not disappoint. With its sapphire seas, wild roaming elephants, and jaw-dropping scenery, it won’t be long until you’ve fallen in love with the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. Wander ancient temples, rustle up a tasty curry, follow in Buddha’s footsteps on a pilgrimage to Adam’s Peak, and take an iconic train journey through the rolling tea plantations of Ella, before topping it all of with some sun-kissed beach-time. Magic.
Piece together your holiday with our bite-sized trips
Or choose from our ready-made Sri Lanka itineraries
From 15 days / 14 nights (flexible)
Sri Lanka, Colombo - Negombo - Wilpattu National Park - Ancient Capitals of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa - Outskirts of Kandy - Ella - Sinharaja Rainforest - Mirissa - Colombo
From 16 days / 15 nights (flexible)
Sri Lanka, Colombo - Negombo - Ancient Cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa - Ella - Yala National Park - Colombo - Maldives
Why book with Rickshaw Travel?
Peace of mind
Book with confidence, knowing that our holidays are ABTA protected. And for added peace of mind, we can arrange your ATOL protected flights too. Booking everything under one roof means we can take care of any flight changes and tweak your itinerary, so you don’t need to worry.
Knowledgeable travel specialists
Our knowledgeable travel specialists will help you piece together your independent and stress-free Sri Lanka holiday. They’ll take the hassle away by personalising a unique itinerary that ticks all your boxes. You’ll even have 24/7 support from our local partners while you’re away.
Our holidays are designed to make good things happen, for you and the places you visit. We believe that tourism can be a force for good, so we strive to support communities and wildlife wherever we go. In Sri Lanka, you’ll stay in small-scale accommodation, and get close to the culture, nature, and the people that make the country what it is. Whether it’s learning to cook curry on a rural homestay or mingling with the locals on a train through tea valleys.